Daniel J. Flynn

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Um, Chevy Colorado Guy and Stuff

Rikk Wilde, a Chevrolet "regional zone manager" from Kansas, presented Madison Bumgarner with the World Series MVP trophy, and a new Chevy Colorado, Wednesday night. He presented television viewers with an unintentional imitation of the late Chris Farley. Oct 30, 2014 6:36 AM PT

How Much Does Money Matter in Winning a World Series?

The San Francisco Giants, the team that opened the season with the seventh-highest payroll in baseball, defeated the Kansas City Royals, which had risen from dead last in 2011 to nineteenth this year, to win the World Series. Oct 30, 2014 12:30 AM PT

Panty Raid! Feds Bust Shop for Peddling Royal Blue 'KC' Underwear

The underwear police, aka the Department of Homeland Security, raided Birdies Panties in Kansas City earlier this week. The store’s offense? Selling underwear with a K connecting with a C on the rear. The Kansas City Royals also embrace such a design concept, so the feds, at the behest of Major League Baseball, showed up in the shop. Oct 24, 2014 11:35 AM PT

Kansas City Royals Take Fans Back to the Future

If you could drive a DeLorean three decades into the past, you’d likely stumble upon a dark hall full of Americans captivated by the idea of driving a DeLorean three decades into the past. You would also find a small-market team shocking the baseball world. Oct 21, 2014 12:30 AM PT

'He Has What You Call the Cojones'

“Courage,” trainer Carlos Garcia says of what separates light heavyweight Edwin Rodriguez from his peers. “He doesn’t give up. He has what you call the ‘cojones.’” Oct 18, 2014 9:40 AM PT

Flogged Marvin Lewis Right About 'Lingering' Concussions and the Media

“Ignorant,” “moron,” and “idiot” read as a few of the printable words applied to Cincinnati Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis in the wake of his “lingering” concussions comment. But newly-published scientific researched actually supports the coach’s outlook rather than his critics. Oct 17, 2014 7:24 AM PT

War Machine Jailhouse Suicide Attempt

War Machine, who preferred sleep to submission in his three losses by choke, attempted to tap out on life at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday by strangulation. Oct 17, 2014 12:30 AM PT

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